p. 881-895 Swedish School Gymnastics, By Richard Timberg, G. D. (Stockholm)p. 896-909 Ignatius Loyola as an Educational Reformer, By Francis H. Wrightp. 910-918 Children's Health, By Florence A. Stoney, M.D., B.S. (Lond.)p. 919-928 An Essay on Greek Sculpture (Continued from page 851), By George Knollys Bloggp. 929-933 On Scott's Motherless Heroines: A Study by a Father, By J.B. Hellierp. 934-940 Nature Study: and How to Encourage it in Children, By E.E. Hart, B.Sc. (Lond.)p. 941-945 Fesole... Topics: CMDC, Charlotte Mason Digital Collection, Charlotte Mason, PR, Parents’ Review
byTheresa Campagna for the Mental Health and Brain Diseases edition of Loyola Mosaic Magazine.
For more original stories designed to educate the public that focus on the areas of mental health and brain diseases from an anti-stigma point of view, please visit our web site at http://loylamosaic2011.blogspot.com Thanks for being with us! Craig Curry is a 40-year-old stay-at-home Dad, and like many of today's Americans relies on technology to communicate and organize their lives. Recent research from the University of San Diego says we are consuming three times as much information as we did... Topics: mental health, reporting, reporter, journalism, Theresa Campagna reporter, audio podcast, news...
In this installment, Barry Silesky reads “Song” [“I peeled bits of straws”] by John Clare. Silesky’s third book of poems, This Disease, will be out from Tampa University Press, Fall 2006. He is author of biographies of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and John Gardner, as well as editor of the literary journal ACM (Another Chicago Magazine). He teaches poetry at Loyola University-Chicago. John Clare, "Song" ["I peeled bits of straws"]I peeled bits of straws and I got switches... Topics: Romantic poetry, Romantic Circles Poets on Poets
New Orleans Rhythm & Blues Company is a sure-fire combination of Original Blues and Southern Rock & Roll. The band is a hard driving quartet of some of the finest musicians in the Crescent City. They have played together for over 10 years accompanying the best acts around the city of New Orleans. In 1998, they came into their own after writing and recording the new hit song, "That's The Mardi Gras!". Now they regularly perform at various venues throughout the Southeast. They... Topic: New Orleans Rhythm Blues Company
Note: Program begins at 00:01:39 after bars, tone, and slate. Description: The editor's of L.A's top periodicals talk about covering the city. Guests: Sue Horton: Editor, LA Weekly; Allan Mayer: Editor-in-Chief, Buzz Magazine; Rodger Claire: Los Angeles Magazine Additional Title: Show 4121 Series Title: KCET's Life and Times Source: 1 Tape of 1: Betacam SP Collection Guide: KCET-TV Collection of "Life and Times" video recordings Call Number: B-20213-3 Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are... Topic: californialightandsound
Stew Webb has some hot breaking news - Watch this report here: http://www.myspace.com/tom_heneghan_intel/blog/ The $h\+ is hitting the fan - from Clinton to Cypru$ Hang on to your $$ and your hats - the wild ride is starting! Patricia Shupe's new 226 page book, "COSMIC - Above Top Secret,...but hidden in plain sight" is available on CD starting today. A Donation of at least $15 should cover shipping. Make Check to J & D Consultants International Ministries c/o 12345... Topic: Newsmagazine
"counting our anniversary like they're a record of worth & not something to grieve about" on the b-side of episode139 from media monarchy w/ the 9/10 newspurge, the latest from food world order & cyber/spacewar + clinton, bush & the cia: drug running in mena, anniversary music by broken spindles and tons more... Topics: media monarchy, alternative news, politics, conspiracy, podcast, portland radio authority, revere... Source: mediamonarchy.com